Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

DON AND DUSTED; Title Race over after Celts' Victory but Can They Go Unbeaten?

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

DON AND DUSTED; Title Race over after Celts' Victory but Can They Go Unbeaten?

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Byline: MR FIXIT PAUL JAIN@MRFIXITSTIPS

THE title race was ended with Celtic's defeat of Aberdeen last week - so what bets are on offer to make the rest of the Premiership season interesting? There is of course "the best of the rest market" which now sees Rangers as evens favourites ahead of Aberdeen.

Celtic are now no bigger than 1-40 to retain their crown having stormed nine points clear.

Bookies know it's all over too and have come up with some bets Hoops fans may like the look of.

Ladbrokes and McBookie go 5-1 Celtic go through the league season unbeaten and the league sponsors offer 500-1 they win the rest of their games.

Celtic are in action against Inverness today and aiming for their seventh home win in a row against the Highlanders.

They are short at a best 2-11 with Ladbrokes but seven of the last eight meetings at Parkhead have gone over 2.5 goals so try that at 4-9 with Coral. Six of eight have totalled at least four goals and pays 11-10 with Paddy Power.

Inverness have been in decent form but I don't see them stopping Brendan Rodgers's juggernaut so consider Celtic -1 at 8-15 with Paddy Power and Celtic to score three or more at 3-4 with Coral.

GOING of a this weekend both to score treble. Taking surprise looked awful as they lost Brighton. Mansfield in Cup and home to St make it a pays 175-1 Rangers were better against Kilmarnock last week and are 7-10 at Betfred to win at a Ross County side that's lost four out of five in the league and conceded four goals three times.

This should be a convincing win for the Ibrox men who are 15-8 at Paddy Power -1. Anyone who thinks Gers can emulate Motherwell, Celtic and Aberdeen by scoring four can have 6-1 (Hills).

Best of today's other games should be Hearts v St Johnstone.

The last three meetings at Tynecastle have produced 14 goals so there could be another spectacle. …

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